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February 5, 2014

Former Solicitor General: U.S Wanted to Make Sure GSE Shareholders Got Zilch

By Charles Wisniowski

Treasury’s “Third Amendment” to the PSPA – which replaced the quarterly GSE dividend payment with a “net worth sweep” of all company profits – was the culmination of a calculated administration effort, according to former Solicitor General Ted Olson.

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